It’s okay to miss people. It’s okay to miss things, places, smells, sounds. It’s okay to feel a sense of loss or longing. It’s okay if you still miss something that hurts or that you know is not good for you. It’s okay and it’s also normal and healthy. We are all affected by ourContinue reading “It is absolutely okay to miss people.”
Whatever you’re recovering from, be it an eating disorder, self harm, substance abuse, mental illness, or alcoholism, here are 207 reasons to keep at it: So you can be the kind of person you’ve always wanted to be. So you can move on. So you can love yourself. So that your story can haveContinue reading “207 Reasons to Recover”
When “not all foods fit”, you may have already done countless elimination diets, food trials, or allergy tests. You may not have found your trigger foods yet, or the foods might change daily. One thing’s for sure; eating is not simple. Maybe you’ve been tempted by promises of detoxes or super “clean” eating which willContinue reading “4 Reasons Why Processed Foods Can and Should Fit Into Your Diet”
Change does not happen just because we want it. Change takes work. Change takes effort. Change takes courage. Make changes to start living the life you want and the life that you deserve. It’s so worth it in the end!
I found an old letter to myself that ended: “I’m really glad you gave recovery a shot because for all its faults, I like it so much better than being sick. I’m so proud of you and I look forward to seeing what comes next. Because things are changing now, and it’s a bigger changeContinue reading “So Much More Changes Now Than Just the Number on the Scale”
For so long I thought there was something wrong with me. I thought I was too different to ever be able to fit in in this world. My highly sensitive personality and introverted nature got mixed up with social anxiety, depression, and an eating disorder. It’s easy to think mental illness is your fault. IContinue reading “Exactly Who You Are and How You Are is Perfect”